Outlook 2013’s IMAP implementation has changed quite dramatically when compared to previous versions of Outlook. While it does do a better job at getting the special folders correct more often, there sadly is no more option to change it manually in case Outlook gets it wrong.
To install a Fortran compiler (gFortran) to be used within the Code::Blocks IDE editor:
- Go to http://www.codeblocks.org/downloads
- Click on “Download the binary release”
- Click on “Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7//8”
- Click on “codeblocks-13.12mingw-setup.exe” to download from SourceForge.net
- Once downloaded (~100MB), install Code::Blocks IDE
- Full installation
- Destination “Program Files\CodeBlocks”
- “Do you want to run CodeBlocks now?” NO
- Start Code::Blocks from the shortcut on Desktop (or find in programs)
- When the IDE opens, go to “Settings” > “Compiler…”
- From the “Selected Compiler” option, select the “GNU Fortran Compiler” from the list
- From below, select “Toolchain executables” TAB
- Now check that the “Compilers installation directory” is set to the MinGW folder within Codeblocks
- Click Ok to close the options dialog, close Code::Blocks and re-open
- You should now be able to create and compile Fortran sources
Create a simple program (try .f90 or .f95 or .f) and compile:
print*, ‘Hello Fortran’
To add a Data Source from JDeveloper:
- View > Application Server Navigator
- Application Servers > IntegratedWebLogicServer
- R-click > Launch Administrative Console…
-that should be i.e. like “http://127.0.0.1:7101/console/login/LoginForm.jsp”
- Login with user/password
- From Domain Structure open Services > select Data Sources
- New > Generic Data Source
- Specify the connection properties:
- Name: MyConnectionDS (or whatever you defined in your Java app data source)
- JNDI Name: comp/env/jdbc/MyConnectionDS or jdbc/PoliceConnectionDS
- Database Type: Oracle
- > Next
- Database Driver: Oracle’s Driver (thin) for Instance Connections (versions 9.0.1 or later)
- > Next
- Supports Global Transactions
- One-phase commit
- > Next
- Type in: Database Name, Host Name, Port, Database User Name, Password
- > Next
- Test Database Connection screen > click Test Your Configuration
- if “Connection test succeeded.”, click Finish
Your new data source should be ready to use for local server run/debug.
You receive the following error when you try to delete a local user account in Windows XP Home:
[text]Remove Domain Name\Computer Name.
Error 1377: The specified account name is not a member of the local group.
Error removing Domain Name\Computer Name.[/text]
This may be due to a corrupted user profile and usually occurs when a user account has been added/removed to various user groups or may be also caused by using a password reset utility like NT Password Editor.
A solid fix to this problem:
- Log-in to Safe Mode using the local Administrator account.
- Go to Run and execute the command:
This will fire up the Control Panel item for user accounts management not normally available in the Home Edition.
- Select and delete/remove the corrupted user profile.
Note: The local folder is not being deleted, only the user account. Delete the folder manually if needed.
You can check the health of your hard disk by using a command in Windows (S.M.A.R.T.).
- Start a cmd window
- diskdrive get status
This should output the following result:
- Repartition and format the USB: Primary volume, 4k cluster size (default), FAT32 format.
- XBoot requires dot.NET Framework 4.0 installed on the system it will be run off
- Download a copy of XBoot 1.0 beta 14 and run it, not install required!
- Download your favourite ISO distros and drag-n-drop them on the XBoot “Drag-n-drop Box”
(each one will prompt you what type of boot-loader it needs, major distros are listed and if not
you should choose ISO file -iso/scan parameter for Linux distros and GrubForDOS iso emulation
for Windows distros)
- Click on “Create USB”
- Select the USB from the list of drives and set boot-loader to Syslinux
- After a few minutes the drive will be ready
If you need to update an ISO already added, just drag the updated ISO to XBoot (keep same name as
previous entry) and Create USB without the boot-loader. This may be a bit messy sometimes but is doable to some extent. Most of the times you will have your menu changed, but you could edit it after the iso omport.
- You can use the internal QEMU emulator to check your USB or even better boot directly from a PC
- You can also check this out for installing and using a permanent emulator for booting USBs
- I have found that XBoot acts a bit weird on a 64bit Windows, at least surely Windows 8